The campaign aims to decrease vaccine-preventable deaths and give children a shot at a healthy life.
(3BL Media / theCSRfeed) Washington, DC - September 19, 2011 - The United Nations Foundation today revealed Shot@Life, a new campaign to expand access to life-saving vaccines for children in developing countries. A national grassroots movement, Shot@Life will educate, connect and empower Americans to champion vaccines as one of the most cost-effective ways to save children’s lives around the world.
Now featuring 11 000+ real green jobs!
Green Conduct has entered a new strategic partnership with The Green Job Bank and now features 11 000+ real green jobs on their website. This makes them into one of the most extensive platforms for green jobs on the internet with tools and resources for both job seekers and employers.
How do you add U.S.$3.4 billion to Kenya’s gross income every year? According to The World Bank, this could be achieved if all 1.6 million adolescent girls in Kenya completed secondary school and the 220,098 adolescent mothers were employed instead of falling pregnant early.
Last month, Newt Gingrich-trained spokesman for anti-global warming forces, Mark Morano, announced on Fox TV the “collapse of global warming science.” And he’s got legions reiterating his message. According to Morano, 7 of 8 lobbyists on global warming are now "anti-action" lobbyists.
Joan Ganz Cooney Center at Sesame Workshop and E-Line Media to Launch 2nd Annual Competition to Motivate Interest in STEM Learning
It’s February 2000. Despite months of dire predictions the world has survived the beginning of a new century very nicely. All those Y2K rescue kits and programs which were sold during the run-up to the New Year can be safely tucked away.
How and Why Online Workplace Giving Increases the Metrics that Matter
From the Benevity JustBeCause Blog
Many (if not most!) existing workplace giving models have one or more manual components that make it difficult from a resource management perspective to self-administer any kind of program that is likely to succeed – especially if you don’t have an army of community investment personnel. (And let’s be clear about technology solutions: an online pledge form does not automate workplace giving. It’s time to move beyond once a year “set and forget” digital pledge forms!)
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2011 mission brings solar energy to a school, clinic and homes in remote Ugandan village of Karamoja
(3BL Media / theCSRfeed) Atlanta, GA - September 16, 2011 - For the fifth consecutive year, Sterling Planet has supported the nonprofit Solar Light for Africa (SLA), Ltd. in its annual project to bring more solar energy to Africa.
National Direct Support Professionals Recognition Week, September 11-18, 2011
Direct Support Professionals (DSPs) support individuals with disabilities to lead full, active lives in the community. This week during National Direct Support Professionals Recognition Week, Keystone Human Services recognizes and honors all of our DSPs. During the recent flooding in Pennsylvania, DSPs went above and beyond to continue to support the people they serve and make sure everyone was safe. Keystone is proud to have such dedicated employees.
Blog by Julie Urlaub, Founder and Managing Partner at Taiga Company
Visit http://aol.it/nLFunm to watch the Hunger Action video and donate a meal to Feeding America.
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